I was born in Norfolk, Virginia in the early 50s. As a young man I would watch my dad in his makeshift darkroom developing photographs of the family. It seemed like magic when, in the red glow of the safelight, the image would appear from a blank piece of paper immersed in the developing tray. I was soon hooked. That was when I was still in high school, over 40 years ago. I have been taking pictures ever since.
I have used cameras ranging from the old fashioned press cameras to 35 mm film cameras to DSLR digital cameras. I was a bricklayer for over 25 years and worked for over 17 years as a website developer. It was during that time that I honed my Photographic and Photoshop skills. Now in my ”retirement” I started a new venture in real estate, automotive & food photography services. Check that out at tombrickhousephotography.com.
This site is dedicated to my art photography that was over 40 years in the “taking”.